White flower oil is a powerful combination of essential oils that can have remarkable and diverse effects on your health.
What is White Flower Oil?
White flower oil is a combination of wintergreen, lavender, eucalyptus, menthol, peppermint, and camphor oils, all of which are highly effective in their own right. The original recipe for this combinatory oil dates back to the 1920s, but it has become very popular in various forms since then. The precise percentages of each of those oils may fluctuate slightly in the preparation, but Wintergreen is almost always the dominant oil. Although it has been around for less than a century, the results are undeniable.
The oil is primarily used for topical and external use, as there can be serious side effects if consumed. You might also come across this tea with its traditional Chinese name, Pak Fah Yeow.
White Flower Oil Benefits
Using white flower oil can deliver plenty of benefits, such as the following:
- Treatment of a headache
- Faster healing rates
- Stress relief
- Reduction in inflammation
- Better respiratory health
- Treatment of insect bites
- Treatment of motion sickness
Insect bites will heal on their own, in most cases, but the inflammation and pain can be very uncomfortable. Applying a few drops of this oil, with its anti-inflammatory compounds, can lower the swelling and prevent any infections at the site of the bite.
Wintergreen and lavender essential oils are individually known to help treat acne with their antibacterial compounds and soothing nature; those same oils are present in white flower oil. A few drops on a cotton ball can be dabbed on acne patches for fast relief.
If you regularly struggle with motion sickness while driving or flying, a small bottle of this oil can do wonders for your stomach and internal balance. Simply take a few gentle sniffs of the oil and your feelings of discomfort or nausea will melt away.
White Flower Oil Side Effects
If you use an excessive amount of this oil, there can be some negative side effects, such as potential complications during pregnancy, as well as topical inflammation. Most essential oils are not recommended for pregnant women, and as for the topical inflammation, simply apply a small amount of the oil to your skin and test for any result in the next 8-12 hours, before using a larger amount.